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Answered on 28 Sep 2018

You should get a NOC online with the help of the top lawyers in India to ensure that it is legally sound and that you may avoid legal complications in the future. A NOC is a legal instrument that is issued by the landlord to the tenant granting permission to use his/her premises. A NOC becomes necessary when the tenant plans to use the premises for the purpose of his/her business. Ensuring that the NOC is well-drafted and legally sound will ensure that you avoid legal complications to the extent possible. You must get the NOC  drafted online through consultations with the best lawyers in India. Read More

Posted on 08 Sep 2018 | 2 Answers

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Answered on 28 Sep 2018

You must hire the services of the top RERA Lawyers in India to help you with your legal issue to ensure that you get the legal relief that you deserve. The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 was enacted to protect the rights and interests of the property buyers and to promote uniformity and standardization of business practices and transactions in the real estate sector. RERA is a legislation that aims at protecting the rights of home buyers from exploitation at the hands of the builders and developers. RERA aims to create a balance between the interests of the consumers and developers. It is a dedicated body that caters majorly to the dispute resolution to ensure that home buyers can no longer be exploited by builders. The RERA authority has to necessarily dispose of the complaint within 60 days of the complaint being filed before it. RERA also aims to bring transparency of contractual conditions, set minimum standards of accountability and lay down a fast-track dispute resolution mechanism. One of the most important stipulations laid down by RERA, 2016 is the registration of property with the RERA Authority. The activities that your builder is indulging in is indeed against the principles laid down in the RERA Act. Taking the help of the top RERA advocates in India will help you in disposing of your legal issue in a hassle-free manner.   Legistify connects you with the best lawyers in India and top Chartered Accountants in India with simple telephonic conversation or email. Call us at 011-33138123 or send us an email at [email protected] to get started. Read More

Posted on 04 Sep 2018 | 2 Answers

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Advocate Vabhav
Answered on 03 Mar 2019

With respect to your query, the legal opinion is as under:- (1) You can execute Power of Attorney in favor of your wife delegating power to transfer your jabalpur property or to fulfill other duties to administer and lookafter the Jabalpur property. (2) The Power of Attorney can be executed and registered at Bangalore also. The Stamp is also to be purchased for the purpose of Power of Attorney in Bangalore only. The Stamp paper on which the Power of Attorney deed shall be drafted cannot be purchased from Jabalpur. The Stamp paper is always acceptable only of a place/state where the deed is drafted and registered. The Power of Attorney can be executed and registered at any place in India. So there is no legal impediment if you execute special Power of Attorney in favor of your wife in Bangalore. (3) The deed shall be drafted by any scribe working at registry office or by any advocate. Proper Stamp duty as per State rules is to be paid. Thereafter the document shall be presented before the sub-registrar office for registration. Nominal registration fees is to be paid which shall be deposited in the office of sub-registrar. (4) However it is advised that you hire the services of some professional who will draft and get the Power of Attorney deed registered. However presence of executant as well as of the person who is to appointed Attorney is necessary before sub-registrar along with two witnesses.Read More

Posted on 26 Feb 2019 | 2 Answers

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Answered on 26 Feb 2019

A legal heir can enter into a contract on behalf of the father only after getting a power of attorney signed by the father that allows the son to enter into a legal obligation on his behalf. A Power of Attorney is a legal document giving the agent or lawyer of a person the power to act on behalf of him/her. A Power of Attorney gives the agent/lawyer the right to take legal decisions relating to the matters listed in the document. These matters may include management of property, finances, business decisions, etc.  In case of death of the father, the son needs to obtain a legal heir certificate to be legally allowed to enter into a contract for a property owned by the father. uccession certificate is a legal document granted to the legal heirs of a person who has died intestate i.e. without a will. A succession certificate helps in establishing the legal heirs of a person and allot the debts and assets owned by the deceased. A court grants a legal heir certificate to the successors of the deceased and helps them in transferring the debts and securities of the deceased in their own name. Read More

Posted on 26 Feb 2019 | 1 Answer

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Harini S
Answered on 21 Feb 2019

You can apply caste certificate online. At present only few of the state governments only offer an online application to apply for caste certificate. In order to apply caste certificate online you should visit the respective state's Official Backward Class Welfare Department portal. You can apply to get a caste certificate by submitting your Aadhar card/driving license/electricity bill/ address proof and a caste certificate from any member of the paternal side with the concerned authorities. However, in your case where there’s no connection from anyone on the paternal side, you must get two government servants to certify that you are known to them and that you belong to a certain caste along with the attested copies of their Identity cards. You must hire the best civil lawyers in India that will help you getting your caste certificate quickly and efficiently. You may create an affidavit for your caste certificate online on Legistify.com.Read More

Posted on 18 Feb 2019 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 02 Jan 2019

A Power of Attorney is a legal document giving the agent or lawyer of a person the power to act on behalf of him/her. A Power of Attorney gives the agent/lawyer the right to take legal decisions relating to the matters listed in the document. These matters may include management of property, finances, business decisions, etc.  A Special Power of Attorney can be drawn between the father and son for allowing the son to take financial decisions on behalf of the father.  A good documentation expert would be able to draft a customised Special Power Of Attorney that would include the specific financial powers the son could get from the father.Read More

Posted on 31 Dec 2018 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 13 Nov 2018

In your situation, you can draft and register an agreement to sell between the seller and the buyer. The agreement to sell or sale agreement is a legal document that lays down the terms and conditions relating to the sale of a property along with the rights and duties of the buyer and seller. You need to get the agreement drafted in accordance with the laws applicable over the property.Read More

Posted on 06 Feb 2018 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 28 Sep 2018

Yes, you can easily obtain an OBC Certificate by using the reference of a certificate from a paternal relative. Hence, if your father's paternal cousin's son has an OBC certificate, you can use the same to obtain your own certificate. You would essentially have to present your relative’s documents and proof that the said person is your relative. You have to submit this along with the relevant form before the District Magistrate office or the Tehsildar after getting the same verified. You may take the help of the top lawyers in India in case of any issues regarding the procedure. Read More

Posted on 19 Aug 2018 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 28 Sep 2018

To prevent fraud in contracts, here are some specific types of contracts that must be in writing, according to the statute of frauds. The Statute of Frauds refers to statutory provisions that require certain kinds of contracts to be set out in writing in order for them to be enforceable. The original statute of frauds was developed in England in the 17th century, declaring that certain contracts would not be legally enforceable if they were not committed to writing and signed by the parties involved. The purpose of the statute, as the name implies, is to limit cases of fraud in unwritten contracts. Read More

Posted on 24 Feb 2017 | 1 Answer

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Answered on 28 Sep 2018

At the start of a work arrangement is the time to clarify the agreement and the best way to do that is to put everything in writing. If you don't write down the agreements, you're working on assumptions and these assumptions can cause problems and costly and time-consuming litigation later. For example, what happens if one of you decides to end the contract? If you don't clarify the conditions and the notice period, the person leaving can cause harm to the other party by leaving without notice. Read More

Posted on 24 Feb 2017 | 1 Answer